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Re-industrialising Europe Innovation as a growth
engine
HORIZON 2020 - an instrument to
foster EU competitiveness

Policy
...
Starting point – important challenges
for Europe
 Aiming at full and sustainable recovery and new
growth - still need to ...
The European perspective on reindustrialisation
 EU 2020 and policy framework and conditions for
innovation and industry
...
Innovation and growth

Policy
Research and
Policy
Research and
Innovation
Innovation

Why innovation
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Why innovation
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Why innovation: jobs
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Trends in innovation (policy)
The new Policies in the
Innovationcorporate garage EU
(Scott D. Anthony)

1995: linear conce...
International Standing

Policy
Research and
Policy
Research and
Innovation
Innovation

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Outlook, next steps: the global economy
2050

World GDP (constant USD), Source: Global Europe 2050
Policy
Research and
Pol...
EU 2020 and EU Policies
Skills
Internal
market,
regulations
Digital Agenda

Industrial
Policy

Innovation
Union

Regional
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Industrial Policy
• Communications:
• COM(2010)614 - "An Integrated Industrial Policy for the
Globalisation Era.Putting Co...
Innovation Union at a glance
STRENGTHENING THE KNOWLEDGE BASE
1. Training
researchers

2. University
ranking
system

3. De...
What is Horizon 2020
implementing the Innovation Union; Running from 2014 to
2020 with a budget of €77 billion (current pr...
Horizon 2020: Three priorities

•Excellent
science

•Industrial
leadership

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Research and
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Innova...
II. Leadership in enabling and industrial technologies
HORIZON 2020
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Priority 1: Excellent Science

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Priority 2: Indus...
Policy
Research and
Policy
Research and
Innovation
Innovation
PPPs in H2020
 Industrial Investment Package of 10 July 2013 :
 Joint Technology Initiatives (JTIs) implemented by Joint...
Horizon 2020 instruments
• Collaborative projects: R&I actions, Innovation Actions,
Coordination/Support Actions
• New SME...
Synergies with Structural Funds
• Increased funding for research and innovation available
under regional funding
• Smart S...
Enabling technologies and open innovation: Analysis of conditions for transfer of knowledge
LOT 2
PwC
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Research and
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HORIZON 2020
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for your attention!
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  1. 1. Re-industrialising Europe Innovation as a growth engine HORIZON 2020 - an instrument to foster EU competitiveness Policy Research and Policy Research and Innovation Innovation Doris Schröcker DG RTD Industrial Technologies VINNOVA Annual Conference Stockholm, 27/11/2013
  2. 2. Starting point – important challenges for Europe  Aiming at full and sustainable recovery and new growth - still need to leave behind the economic crisis  Hesitant industrial investments, concerns about declining manufacturing in Europe and consequences  Global markets and competition – "growth is elsewhere"  Innovation as an engine for growth 2 Policy Research and Policy Research and Innovation Innovation
  3. 3. The European perspective on reindustrialisation  EU 2020 and policy framework and conditions for innovation and industry Goal: 20% contribution to EU GDP from manufacturing  Innovation Union  Industrial policy  Digital Agenda  EU instruments  Priority on research and innovation  EU funding instruments – Horizon 2020 and ESIF  Special support to SMEs 3 Policy Research and Policy Research and Innovation Innovation
  4. 4. Innovation and growth Policy Research and Policy Research and Innovation Innovation Why innovation I/2
  5. 5. Why innovation 2/2 Why innovation: jobs 85.0 SE 80.0 NL DK AT 75.0 UK FI CY CZ PT 70.0 ) 1 0 2 ( a r t n e y o l p m E LT LU SI EE LV FR BE PL 65.0 DE SK BG IE RO ES MT IT 60.0 HU EL R² = 0.3098 corr. = 0.556 55.0 0.0 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.6 0.7 0.8 0.9 Index of economic impact of innovation (2010-2011) Source: DG Research and Innovation - Economic Analysis unit (2013) Data: Eurostat, Innovation Union Scoreboard 2013 Policy Research and Policy Research and Innovation Innovation 5
  6. 6. Trends in innovation (policy) The new Policies in the Innovationcorporate garage EU (Scott D. Anthony) 1995: linear concept Until 1915: Lone inventor focus on TT, academia-business Gutenberg, Edison, Ford, … 2000: innovation systems Until 1960: Corporate labs Solvay,on networks, focus BASF, … clusters 2006:mainstreaming 1960ies: Rebels/start-ups Apple, Microsoft,policies, … e.g. cohesion Amazon, environment 2010: Innovation Union Now: Corporate catalysts private, public, social sector …, Policy Research and Policy Research and Innovation Innovation 6
  7. 7. International Standing Policy Research and Policy Research and Innovation Innovation 7
  8. 8. Outlook, next steps: the global economy 2050 World GDP (constant USD), Source: Global Europe 2050 Policy Research and Policy Research and Innovation Innovation 8
  9. 9. EU 2020 and EU Policies Skills Internal market, regulations Digital Agenda Industrial Policy Innovation Union Regional policy, smart specialisation Trade policy Access to financing Energy policy SME Employment, youth Policy Research and Policy Research and Innovation Innovation Environment 9
  10. 10. Industrial Policy • Communications: • COM(2010)614 - "An Integrated Industrial Policy for the Globalisation Era.Putting Competitiveness and Sustainability at Centre Stage". • COM(2012)582 - "A Stronger European Industry for Growth and Economic Recovery"  Facilitate investments into new technologies and innovation – priority action lines  Task Force on Advanced Manufacturing for clean production  Key Enabling Technologies – High-level Group  Access to market – including Internal market for goods, raw materials, entrepreneurship, IP, fitness checks  Access to finance and capital markets – SME, smart specialisation  Human capital – skills and training • COSME for SME • Clusters 10 Policy Research and Policy Research and Innovation Innovation
  11. 11. Innovation Union at a glance STRENGTHENING THE KNOWLEDGE BASE 1. Training researchers 2. University ranking system 3. Developing new curricula 4. ERA Framework 5. European Research infrastructures 6. Programmes focusing on EU2020 (HORIZON 2020) 7. Involvement of SMEs in R&I BRINGING IDEAS TO MARKET 8. Forum on Forward Looking Activities 9. EIT to expand its activities 10. New financial instruments for private finance 11. Free Venture Capital funds 12. Crossborder matching of innovative firms 13. Review of State aid R&D&I 14. EU Patent 15. Screening of key regulatory frameworks 16. Modernise standardsetting 17. Precommercial and public procurements 18. Ecoinnovation action plan 19. European Design Board 20. Open access 21. Knowledge transfer ENSURING TERRITORIAL AND SOCIAL COHESION 22. European market for patents and licensing 23. Safeguard of IPRs 24. Smart Specialisation 25. Focus on Innovation in the next Structural Funds INTERNATIONAL DIMENSION 29. European Innovation Partnerships 30. Policies for researchers to reside in Europe 31. Scientific cooperation with third countries 26. European Social innovation pilot 27. Research programmes on public sector and social innovation MONITORING INNOVATION 32. International agreements on research infrastructures Policy Research and Policy Research and Innovation Innovation 33. MS to carry out self assessments 34. New indicator for fast-growing companies and monitoring 28. Partners consultation on knowledge economy
  12. 12. What is Horizon 2020 implementing the Innovation Union; Running from 2014 to 2020 with a budget of €77 billion (current prices) A single programme bringing together three separate programmes/initiatives* Addressing the entire research – innovation cycle – from “research to retail”, “lab to market”, different forms of innovation Focus on societal challenges facing EU society, e.g. health, clean energy and transport Simplified access, for all companies, universities, institutes in all EU countries and beyond Major simplification through a single set of rules Policy Research and Policy Research and Innovation Innovation
  13. 13. Horizon 2020: Three priorities •Excellent science •Industrial leadership Policy Research and Policy Research and Innovation Innovation •Societal challenges
  14. 14. II. Leadership in enabling and industrial technologies HORIZON 2020 • Priority 1: Excellent Science • Priority 2: Industrial Leadership Leadership in enabling and industrial technologies (LEIT) (i) ICT including micro- and nano-electronics and photonics (ii) Nanotechnologies (iii) Advanced Materials Key Enabling (iv) Biotechnology Technologies (v) Advanced Manufacturing & Processing (vi) Space Access to risk finance Leveraging private finance and venture capital for R&I Innovation in SMEs Fostering all forms of innovation in all types of SMEs • Priority 3: Societal Challenges Policy Research and Policy Research and Innovation Innovation 14
  15. 15. Policy Research and Policy Research and Innovation Innovation
  16. 16. PPPs in H2020  Industrial Investment Package of 10 July 2013 :  Joint Technology Initiatives (JTIs) implemented by Joint Undertakings  Contractual PPPs (cPPPs)  Public-Public Partnerships (P2Ps)  PPPs in H2020-LEIT :  JTI: Joint Technology Initiative on Electronic Components and Systems for European Leadership (ECSEL)  JTI on bio-based industries (BBI) cPPPs  Robotics  Photonics  Advanced 5G Network Infrastructures  Factories of the Future (FoF)  Energy-efficient Buildings (EeB)  Sustainable Process industry (SPIRE) Policy Research and Policy Research and Innovation Innovation
  17. 17. Horizon 2020 instruments • Collaborative projects: R&I actions, Innovation Actions, Coordination/Support Actions • New SME Instrument • "Fast track to innovation" instrument – pilot • Incentive Prizes • Loan and Equity Finance through the EIB, supported by the H2020 Risk Sharing Finance Facility • At least 1/3 to R&I-intensive SMEs and mid-caps • MoU between EC and EIB for improved access to finance for investments in KETs (signed on 27 February 2013) • ERA-NET with participation of national / regional funding bodies • P2Ps (public public partnerships): e.g. EUROSTARS • EIT – KIC on manufacturing (2016) Policy Research and Policy Research and Innovation Innovation
  18. 18. Synergies with Structural Funds • Increased funding for research and innovation available under regional funding • Smart Specialisation: strategic framework to access funding for Research and Innovation in Structural Funds 2014-2020 • National / regional authorities in charge (not the Commission) • Policy support measures to be undertaken timely (by the end of 2013) Policy Research and Policy Research and Innovation Innovation
  19. 19. Enabling technologies and open innovation: Analysis of conditions for transfer of knowledge LOT 2 PwC Policy Research and Policy Research and Innovation Innovation 28 January 2013 19
  20. 20. HORIZON 2020 Thank you for your attention! Find out more: www.ec.europa.eu/research/horizon2020 Policy Research and Policy Research and Innovation Innovation
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